Long-term care plans take two fundamental approaches.
The first choice provides care at home. The second is
to move into a long-term care facility such as a nursing
The former choice has many inherent advantages, such as
the emotional security of living in their own home.
Staying home is a simpler decision than trying to find a
facility that provides the kind of care needed and that
suits your loved one. At home, families can be together
and morale is often better. This category clearly fits
the senior who has no interest in moving out of his or
Additionally, in some circumstances a long-term care
plan can include support supplemental to that provided
by a facility. Many people use our services to provide
the extra bit of care they prefer for their loved one
who is in-community.